Change and Service Management Plugins → ChangeMan ZMF Plugin → Audit Step
The Audit step audits a ChangeMan ZMF change package.
The last approver will initiate the deployment or install of the package into production. The install can be scheduled or it be set to manual. If it is set to manual, the package install job is submitted as soon as the last approval is given.
Required connection properties:
|The TCP/IP host name or number of the LPAR of the ZMF subsystem to which you want to connect
|The TCP/IP port ID for the ChangeMan ZMF subsystem to which you want to connect
|A TSO user ID or SERNET/ZMF trusted user ID that can login on behalf of other users
|A TSO password or SERNET/ ChangeMan ZMF password
Optional connection properties:
|Login As User Id
|The user ID that will be used to login to ChangeMan ZMF by the trusted user ID
|Login As Current DA User
|Use the currently logged in Deployment Automation user ID to login to ChangeMan ZMF, even if a user ID is specified in the Login As User Id field
|Web Service Timeout Interval
| Timeout interval in minutes for the
web service call. The default value is
Note: You should set this to a higher value if your requests time out. Use this in conjunction with filters to limit the amount of data returned.
Other required properties:
The ChangeMan ZMF change package name
|Enables you to change the default list of applications that will be considered for relationship checking for SRC/CPY and LOD/LOD (SYNCH5 and SYNCH8). For multiple scope applications use semi-colon [;] as a separator. Other separators will be treated as single scope applications.
The job card to be used. For multiple job cards use a semi-colon [;] as a separator. Other separators will be treated as a single job card.
Other optional properties:
|Audit Auto Parms
|Indicates whether to use audit auto parms
|Indicates whether to audit within staging libraries only rather than in both staging and baseline libraries
|The ChangeMan ZMF promotion group from which to pull the latest files.
|Audit Auto Resolve
|Indicates whether you want audit to resolve
out-of-sync conditions involving copybooks and load modules automatically.
|Audit Include History
|Indicates whether to include audit history. Valid values are true/false.
|Audit Format Report
|Indicates whether to format the report by including printer control characters in the output file. Valid values are true/false.
|Audit Part As Simple
|Indicates whether to audit participating ZMF change packages as simple packages. This option lets you omit cross-package dependencies from the audit of a participating package and follow rules for simple packages concerning baseline libraries. Valid values are true/false.
|Audit Part As Primary
|Indicates whether to audit participating packages as primary packages. This option lets you include cross-package dependencies for all except previously-installed packages from the audit of participating packages. Valid values are true/false.
|Audit Part By Dept
|Indicates whether to audit participating packages by department number. Valid values are true/false.
|Audit RC Update Restrict To Target
|Indicates whether to restrict the audit return code update to the target package. Valid values are true/false.
|Audit Trace Option
|Indicates whether to use the audit trace option. Valid values are true/false.
|Include XAP headers
|Indicates whether to include XAP headers. Valid values are Yes, No, and Top.
Indicates whether to suppress the batch message. Valid values are true/false.
|Indicates whether to lock packages during audit. Valid values are true/false.
User variables to be used. For multiple variables, use a semi-colon [;] as a separator. Other separators will be treated as a single user variable.
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